nView Announces Development

Tuesday, October 30, 2001
nVIEW Corporation announced today that it has signed a joint development agreement with Headhunter, Inc., to develop a customized tank monitoring system for the marine industry.

The tank monitoring system will integrate the unique capabilities of nVIEW's SiMON, Ship's Information Monitoring system, with a proprietary digital interface to Headhunter's tank and pump controller. Headhunter will distribute this product as part of its line of integrated marine sanitation systems.

The Headhunter Sentry II tank monitoring system features full calibration of irregular shaped tanks, automatic or manual pump control via software, display of percent of volume and gallons remaining, four levels of user-configurable alarms and a programmable software display. The system can support up to 32 tanks for potable, grey and black water, as well as fuel, oil and sludge tanks.

Data from the Headhunter system can be viewed on multiple displays strategically located throughout the vessel, giving the captain instant access to all tank information on a single integrated display. The data can be rebroadcast to additional PCs in the network via an Ethernet connection. It may also be transmitted via RF to a laptop or to mobile PCs.

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